Smartphones and smartwatches are no longer just the fantasy gear of fictitious spies like Dick Tracy. They’re the latest in communication tech and test driving a few of these cutting edge devices reveals some interesting findings.
When all is said and done, it boils down to ‘intangibles’, and that penetrating question in the minds of voters “What have you done for me lately”.
An American health journalist visits Canada — and likes what she sees: a clinical tool used by doctors that is based on strong evidence linking poverty to bad health outcomes.
The caller on the phone claims your computer is causing problems on the Internet, and in the process of helping you ‘troubleshoot’ the issue, your identity is stolen.
Most of us will grumble and accept the new reality without giving it a great deal of thought, but that reality will be a hardship for a lot of people including the disabled and the elderly.
Star gazers in Winnipeg and around the world are looking at comet ISON, now inside the Earth’s orbit, as it hurtles toward the sun for a momentous galactic encounter later this month.
A young entrepreneur from Winnipeg uses crowd funding to create an online digital storytelling platform, and goes on to help develop Indiegogo, the world’s largest crowdfunding platform.
We have endless revelations about hacking and surveillance all over the world. We’re told not to expect that our phone calls or e-mails will be private. We also now know that Canada is part of the game.
A new book and online teaching tool offered as a free download provides a unique perspective on the changes in journalism and how best to tell stories in the digital age.
Of the 180 radio stations in Manitoba, only 18 are on the AM dial. For those AM stations to survive, their broadcast signal will have to be stronger than the static noise that comes from other electronics.